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Essay_Reveals_a_Writer_in_You_

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Essay Reveals a Writer in You…

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Summary:
Though essay is not the easiest task, but if you give a conscious
approach to it, if you treat it with spirit, then your essay will help
you to win the tutor’s respect. And what is more important you will
believe that you are creative and inventive!


Keywords:
expository essay, persuasive essay, comparison/contrast essay, essay


Article Body:
During your study at college, many eyes will evaluate your essay, many
heads will be thinking about its content. And your aim is not to
disappoint them, not to hand in just another ordinary essay. There are
some fundamentals common for all the essays we want to share with you.
Though it may appear too obvious to you, but please DO read the essay
topic very attentively and thoughtfully. One of the most common mistakes
I come across when checking the essays is misinterpretation of the topic.
Some students stick off the point, others don’t answer the target problem
of the essay. Avoid this mistake. Some tutors assign their own topics and
very often they might be too abstract. Others offer the choice of the
topic to the students, mentioning the necessary type of the essay (e.g.
comparison/contrast essay comparison/contrast essay). In either case
don’t despair! Your tutor wants you to demonstrate your abilities in
thinking and your skills in committing them to paper. Impress him,
because you can. Though essay excludes plagiarism, you can’t do with
referring to useful literature. Read a lot, read diverse literature… Then
you will put down all the sources into your reference list.

It is a good thing to discuss your topic with someone. An ideal variant
is your tutor, because he will give you useful advice and will clarify
his own opinion on the subject. If he is not available, discuss your
issue with a person you respect. The essay answers the question WHY?
(E.g. a persuasive essay answers the question WHY do I have such an
opinion on the point?). In other words, essay can be defined as some kind
of a letter to your imaginary friend (your perspective reader) who asked
you the question “WHY?”. So, the first section of your “letter” is -
introduction. Here you inform the reader about the essence of the
problem and prepare him for the course of the discussion.

Then you continue your discourse in supporting paragraphs. Your aim is to
gain the reader over and to capture his imagination. How can you do it?
Examples: A lot of sound, pertinent examples make a convincing and
effective essay. Especially rich in the examples must be expository
essays which aim at explaining something to the audience. Last sentences
of the essay make up a conclusion. It is your final word with the reader.
So, use it efficiently and make a strong notable conclusion. Though essay
is not the easiest task, but   if you give a conscious approach to it, if
you treat it with spirit, then your essay will help you to win the
tutor’s respect. And what is more important you will believe that you
are creative and inventive!

								
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